Lakeside

Hurricane-force Performance

At a Utah facility that has seven wastewater treatment lagoons treating 1.5 million gallons per day and over 300 acres of farm land, a new...

Clean Energy from Landfill Diversion Plus the Bonus of Biochar

Biochar is the carbon-rich product that is left over after the completion of the gasification process. (photo credit: Dillon Fuller) Lebanon, Tennessee, is located twenty-five miles...
SPX

Keeping Cooling Towers Clean and Healthy

Developing a water management plan is essential for successful cooling tower operation, both in terms of overall cooling process efficiency, and in keeping system...
QED

Innovative Solutions to Drinking Water Decontamination in Small and Medium Treatment Plants

Though drinking water tends to be relatively clean compared with water that is being considered for other uses, it sometimes can contain contaminants. Air...
Xylem

Solving a Complex Bypass Pumping Challenge

The Godwin Dri-Prime CD400M pump contributed to an impressive maximum flow level of 707,980 gallons per hour. In October 2014, construction work began on a...
Eone

All-Terrain Sewer Stimulates Economy of Arkansas’s Newest City

In part 1 of this series, we introduced the E/One Sentry line of alarm panels, which is custom designed for use with E/One grinder...
E/One

All-Terrain Sewer Stimulates Economy of Arkansas’s Newest City

Southside contains a very rocky terrain. In some areas, the ground is clay while in others, approximately three feet of soil sit above limestone...
Struvite

Removing Struvite from Wastewater Systems

Named after Henrich Christian Gottfried Von Struve, who discovered the magnesium ammonium phosphate crystals in medieval sewer systems in Hamburg in 1845, struvite is...
EnergyOUT

Expanding the Benefits of Reverse Osmosis

The nexus between water use and energy consumption has never been more critical to both our sustainability and our economy. In myriad ways around...
drinking water contaminants

Innovative Solutions to Drinking Water Decontamination in Small and Medium Treatment Plants: Part 2...

Chlorine is most frequently used to disinfect drinking water, and existing regulations both limit THMs at the point of end use and require a...